4 edition of Chief Joseph found in the catalog.
|Statement||plates by Richard Hook.|
|Series||Heroes and warriors|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48p., p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||48|
Joseph’s later fame, the author writes, was largely due to the fact he was “the only chief who could relate in detail the execution of the war.” Regardless, Meyers rates Chief Joseph highly and clearly admires what the Nez Perces accomplished during a war no one really wanted. Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce Indians surrenders to U.S. General Nelson A. Miles in the Bear Paw mountains of Montana, declaring, “Hear me, my chiefs: My heart is .
Chief Joseph Ranch is located off Highway 93 in the Southwest corner of Montana's Bitterroot Valley, 60 miles south of Missoula, and just 1 mile south of the town of Darby. This new edition of journalist Howard’s classic biography of Nez Perce leader Hin-mut-too-yah-lat-kekht (–), known to whites as Chief Joseph, serves as a jarring reminder that the. Chief Tu-eka-kas told the soldiers that his land was not for sale. For the next 16 years the Indians and the white men lived in peace. When the old Chief Tu-eka-kas died in the Indians made Joseph their chief. All but Joseph and four other chiefs signed a treaty to leave their land and live on the Lapwai Reservation in Idaho.
A fictional account of the Nez Perce Indians follows Chief Joseph as he gathers his people and flees to Sitting Bull's refuge in Canadian Blackfeet territory, where he becomes engaged in his final, legendary battle at Bear Paw. Chief Joseph Ranch is located 1 mile south of Darby along the beautiful Bitterroot River and has been featured in Architectural Digest, American Log Homes, the Barns of Montana, and the outdoor show Fly Fishing the World. Traditionally offering accommodations in two log homes during the summer months the ranch is currently closed for filming of. On this date in Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce surrendered to General Nelson Appleton Miles, thus ending the Nez Perce War. I feel the need to recount this tale in order to ensure that the cruelty, perfidy, and injustice of the U.S. government and army against indigenous people is never forgotten.
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